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January 04, 2017
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SeaLegacy's Photographers Capture Nature in Peril

Cristina Mittermeier, SeaLegacy

GREAT WHITE NORTH: Inuit hunter Naimanngitsoq Kristiansen observes a flurry in Greenland, part of SeaLegacy's portfolio of images documenting the impact of climate change and the lives of indigenous peoples.

Climate scientists predict that the Arctic’s summer sea ice will be nearly gone in about 20 years, threatening a vibrant ecosystem that includes seals and polar bears — and a way of life for indigenous people. It is one of the many endangered...

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